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Miss face-to-face meetings? Coach SheriAnne Little’s Back to Basics nutrition and wellness program is beginning in-person sessions, though the free classes will continue to be available online.
Join us for an inspiring evening of music with musician Kenny Lattimore. This free AARP Couch Concert will celebrate family caregivers who often give so much to others that they forget about themselves. AARP Arizona will share information about our caregiving resources and Kenny will participate in a live conversation about caregivers before the performance.
Frank Thompson first stumbled upon what would become his life’s work and passion—drumming—at an outdoor festival in San Diego 35 years ago.
New York City transplant Marshall Shore loves Arizona history, and he wants you to fall in love with it, too.
May and June are AARP’s Get Healthy and Stay Healthy months. The biweekly Back to Basics series is one of several online programs that AARP Arizona is sponsoring to help people make it through the pandemic in better shape.
During these difficult times, AARP Arizona is creating virtual events to make sure people stay healthy and safe while connected and entertained.
Virtual Drum Circle Sessions
We’re writing with an important message to let you know that we have canceled our external events until further notice. While convening events is a core part of our mission, we have changed our approach in light of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
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